Convenience Centers to Accept Non-Storm Generated Yard Waste

On Monday, December 12, all Beaufort County Convenience Centers will resume accepting limited amounts of non-storm generated yard waste (Class 1). Class 1 waste accepted at Convenience Centers includes small limbs and landscape trimmings. No leaves will be accepted at Convenience Centers. Capacity for this material is limited. No trailers or large loads will be accepted. Residents who wish to drop off waste in bags […]

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Recovery Status Briefing to County Council – November 28, 2016

The following presentation was delivered at the November 28, 2016 County Council Caucus meeting at 5pm.   briefing-11282016

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Recovery Status Briefing to County Council – November 14, 2016

The following presentation was delivered at the November 14, 2016 County Council Caucus meeting at 5pm. briefing-11142016-without-screen-shots

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Convenience Center Press Release October 18, 2016

http://bcgov.net/news/2016/BC%20General%20Announcement%20-%20101716%20-%20Beaufort%20County%20Convenience%20Centers%20Update.pdf   This information is outdated and provided for archive purposes only.  11/9/16

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Convenience Center Status 10/24/2016

All convenience centers are open and operating under normal business hours.  All waste streams EXCEPT woody, vegetative debris is being accepted.  Citizens are asked to limit construction and demolition (C&D) related debris and not use trailers to prevent overwhelming the centers. Citizens are continued to be encouraged to leave woody debris and C&D debris, in separate piles, on the curb side if you live on public […]

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Debris Management Status Report

This information is outdated and provided for archive purposes only.  11/9/16   As of Friday, 10/14, all public roads were passable. Crews are addressing “leaners” and “hangers” today. Starting Monday, debris removal will begin with the first of three planned passes of public roads. Through MOA with the SCDOT, the County will clear all state routes within the County. The County Administration is working with […]

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